Best Induction Ranges of 2018

By Reviewed.com Staff

UPDATE, DECEMBER 8, 2017: A few major manufacturers including Frigidaire and Samsung have released new induction ranges since we first wrote this article. We're in the process of testing them, and will update this guide as soon as we have data from the cooking lab.


If you fancy yourself a home chef, you owe it to yourself to consider the benefits of an induction range. Though they cost a little more than comparable gas or electric ranges, these cutting-edge machines offer faster boiling times, pinpoint temperature control, and incredible efficiency.

Lofty claims, right? Well, we have the science to back it up, thanks to extensive testing in our state-of-the-art labs.

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Updated January 05, 2018

Expert Score
9.7

Kenmore 95103

The Kenmore 95103 freestanding range (MSRP $1,699) is yet another compelling reason to switch to induction cooking. It sports a near-perfect rangetop in terms of temperature range, one of the fastest preheat speeds we have ever seen on our lab tests, and above average baking evenness.

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Kenmore Elite 95073

This Kenmore is an above-average range designed with induction newbies in mind. There are a few quirks that will need getting used to, but the numerous benefits of induction far outweigh the downsides. We’ll be straight with you: There are plenty of cheaper ranges and better ovens to be had out there. But that being said, if you’re keen to try induction, it's tough to find a better option at this price point.

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Where To Buy

$1,699.99 Sears Buy
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